About half of them still need pages, and most of them still need buttons. I think the buttons are my favorite part, probably because they're not at all structural. There's no pressure to picking them out and sewing them on. I'm hoping to get these completely done this week. Wish me luck.
Mom's quilting group has been good enough to save their scraps for me. I've also been turning this:
Into this (covers for needlebooks):
If you'd like to read more about my WiPs, please click on any of the images above to visit my blog. :) We had a few brave link partiers (is that even a term? It is now.) last week. Here are two who really caught my eye.
Collette from Poppy & Poochie is a paper piecing pro. Check this out.
What precision! I love those colors, too. You can click on the image above to visit Collette's blog, or here to visit her Etsy shop.
Ann from Magpie Quilts shared a custom order twin-sized quilt, as well as some outdoor and equine work-in-progress.
Click on the image above to see more at Ann's blog, or here to visit her Etsy shop.
Ready to share what you're working on? I'd love to see!